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Wells promoted to OFBF director of digital communications

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Ohio Farm Bureau Federation (OFBF) has promoted Callie Wells of Columbus to director of digital communications.Wells, who started at Ohio Farm Bureau in 2012 as a communications specialist, will provide leadership for the organization’s website and social media. Last year, Ohio Farm Bureau launched a new website, ofbf.org, which combines the former Farm Bureau and Our Ohio sites into a comprehensive source of useful information and provide access to the organization’s resources. Wells also produces videos as well as contributes to Our Ohio magazine and Buckeye Farm News, Ohio Farm Bureau’s consumer and farm publications.Wells grew up in Butler County. She has a master’s degree in agricultural communications and a bachelor’s degree in animal science and agricultural education from Ohio State University. She is a 2013 graduate of AgriPOWER, Ohio Farm Bureau’s year-long leadership training program.last_img read more

Indian Navy is hiring: Apply online

first_imgThe Indian Navy has invited applications from eligible candidates for recruitment to the various posts. The eligible candidates should apply through the official website on or before April 16.Vacancy details:Name of the post:Short Service Commission (SSC) OfficerEligibility criteria:Educational qualification:The candidates should possess a Bachelor’ of Engineering (BE) or Bachelor of Technology (BTech) from a recognised university or institute.Age limit:Sports except Yachting and Wind Surfing:The candidate’s age should be between 22 to 27 years.Yachting and Wind Surfing: The candidates’ age should be between 21 to 25 years.Selection procedure: The candidates will be selected on the basis of their performance in the interview.How to apply: The eligible candidates should apply through the official website, the link for which is www.joinindiannavy.gov.in. The candidates should submit the hard copy of the application form along with the requisite documents i.e. self-attested photograph, self attested photo copies of 10th & 12th Class certificates along with mark sheets, other educational certificates and mark sheets of all semester/years  to  ‘Post  Box  No.  04,  R  K  Puram Main PO, New Delhi – 110 066’ through a proper channel so as to reach before the closing date. Important date:  Last date to apply: April 16For more information, candidates should visit the official website.Click here to get latest updates on government jobs in India.last_img read more

Sachin Tendulkar Launches his autobiography ‘Playing It My Way’ in Mumbai

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first_imgAnother round up of touch happenings from around Australia… · The Professional Officers and Development Officers from around Australia met in Canberra last week, discussing marketing, management, AusTouch, Sporting Pulse, Events, Development and all things touch! Keep watching the website for further stories and developments. · The Queensland Junior State Cup will be held from July 9-11, check it out for some of our future national and international stars. · The Australian Masters teams are having a ball in South Africa, with games and coaching clinics in Provincial areas as well as the opportunity to see Baboons and other native animals, the Cape of Good Hope, Stellenbosch (the venue for the 2007 World Cup), as well as several top wine areas! The touring party are sending us regular updates on their trip, check out the tour diary for a great read! · This year the NSW Touch will be using a computer program written specifically for the Sydney Championships to complete team registrations. All clubs are expected to use this method of team submission. Check out the full story at NSW Touch for more information. · NRL State of Origin? A deciding game? Come on, it’s all about the touch football State of Origin, the draw is up, August 13-14 are the dates to remember, check out our site or NSW or Queensland touch for more info. · Looks like New Zealand will be touring Queensland in September/October to take part in the SQBD Regional Championships as well as playing several other games against Queensland A sides. See Queensland touch for the full story. · Innes McDougall became the first referee to be inducted (posthumously) into the ACT Touch Association Hall of Fame. · Touch SA has been able to secure an arrangement with Virgin Blue to help raise sponsorship funds through becoming your own Travel Agent. For all Touch SA members, players, interested parties, check out Touch SA’s website for more information. · Touch SA will also be running a Level 1 Coaching Course and a Level 1 refereeing course in Port Lincoln on the 17-18 July. See Touch SA for more information. · The Victorian Touch Association (VTA) is currently seeking written applications from suitably qualified, currently accredited and active coaches for the position of Victorian Men’s and Women’s 30s Coach and Assistant Coach positions. Applications for these positions close Friday 2nd July. · WA Country will be sending a Mixed Open team to compete in the NSW State Cup from December 1-6. The team will be coached by Shannon Brophy from Rockingham. See their website for the full story. · In 1985 the Federation of Touch was formed in Melbourne with Canada, the USA, Fiji, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Australia the inaugural members. The first recognised international game was a test series played between Australia and New Zealand at the South Melbourne Cricket Ground on 23 March 1985. This information was found on the My Club Touch website. My Club Touch can be accessed through the link on ATA’s homepage or at www.myclubtouch.com.au it is full of facts, information and references for players, coaches, managers, development officers and anyone interested in touch. The Australian Touch association is keen to develop this site further, if you have any suggestions on what can be done use the `contact us’ link on the site, scroll down to the `send email’ and suggest away! Rachel Moyle [email protected]last_img

2 days agoChelsea boss Lampard: We’re learning to win without Hazard

first_imgAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Chelsea boss Lampard: We’re learning to win without Hazardby Paul Vegas2 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveChelsea boss Frank Lampard says his team is learning to play without Eden Hazard.Eden Hazard cost Real Madrid around £89m in the summer but that fee could exceed £150m if he goes on to be the success he was at Stamford Bridge.“Whether I became manager or not, Eden Hazard was not going to be replaced by anyone anywhere near similar to what he did for this club,” Lampard said. “I don’t think it was possible, unless you went to the absolute top, with the [Lionel] Messis and [Cristiano] Ronaldos, because I think Eden pushes them around that bracket.“The next question is: how do we change that? Of course, we’ve seen a bit of youth come through with different ideas. I work consistently on the team as a group that we can create chances from different areas of the pitch. It’s great that a left-back [Marcus Alonso] scored inside the box at the weekend, for instance. So, it will be hard to replace [Hazard] — it’s impossible — but as a team we can find a way and, hopefully, we’re working towards that.” last_img read more

Connecting better

first_imgIn keeping with India’s Neighbourhood First policy, Prime Minister Narendra Modi just concluded his second state visit to India’s protectorate and the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan. In a pre-departure statement, the Prime Minister said that “India-Bhutan partnership today is of a special character and substance and forms an important pillar of Government of India’s Neighbourhood First policy”. This visit was made with the purpose to promote valued friendship with the Himalayan state. A time-tested friend, not only is it important to refresh ties with the protectorate state, but it is also necessary to keep Bhutan close and in confidence given the spreading influence of China in the region. Prime Minister Modi reiterated that his visit to Bhutan at the beginning of his renewed term of government reflects the extent of importance the Indian government attaches to its relations with Bhutan. The Prime Minster expressly stated that “India and Bhutan enjoy excellent bilateral ties exemplified by our extensive development partnership, mutually beneficial hydro-power co-operation, and strong trade and economic linkages. These are, reinforced by a shared spiritual heritage and robust people-to-people ties.” The year 2018 marked the golden jubilee of the establishment of formal diplomatic relations between the two neighbours. With 50 years of positive ties behind, the Indian Prime Minister marked his visit to Thimphu also as a gesture to step up their relations. Bhutan is a small country that is exemplarily maturing into a democratic state. Today, Bhutan is the perfect example of a country developing in balance with environmental sensitivities and general well-being of its common people. Its success may be credited to the former King of the state and also to its people, but India too has a significant role to play in bringing Bhutan to where it stands now. Bhutan receives India’s support on several fronts such as development, education, foreign policy, security, etc. Although it has been five decades since the formal laying down of diplomatic ties between the two countries, it is since the time of India’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru that the two nations have shared strong ties. Also Read – A compounding difficultyA common perspective of the premiers of both nations is that besides government-to-government engagement, the focus must be on people-to-people interaction and development as well. And the beginning of this has to be with regional diplomacy; Ladakh, for instance, is a strategic region which has been sharing cultural and religious values with Bhutan for centuries. With this example of Ladakh and its newly acquired status of Union Territory, it must be emphasised that there needs to in place be a coherent policy dedicated to trans-Himalayan region with respect to development and cooperation. Diplomatic finesse must be the hallmark of reaching out to Himalayan countries in the awareness that non-territorial proximity with China is easier to come by for these regions. A reactionary policy is bound to be counter-productive, as in the example of cancellation of gas subsidy as a punishment for Bhutan’s first Prime Minister Jigme Y. Thinley for meeting informally with the then Chinese premier in 2013. China’s far-sightedness in reaching out to Himalayan regions by means of policies is only too well established globally. The developments in Tibet region, in particular, stand testimony to this. China’s three-pronged strategy comprising local, regional, and government-to-government is deployed vigorously to propagate the mythological conception of Zhangzhung in the western Tibet Autonomous Region as a historical fact. Also Read – An askew democracyPrime Minister Modi’s second visit to Bhutan was a positive event where he was received very warmly by his Bhutanese counterpart Lotay Tshering at Paro airport. A wide range of talks was held between the two state leaders which focussed on steps to expand further their bilateral partnership across various sectors. Ten Memoranda of Understandings were also signed between them to reinvigorate the ties. With the inauguration of the Mangdechhu hydroelectric power plant by Modi, the occasion was also marked by the launch of stamps to commemorate five decades of India-Bhutan Hydropower cooperation. The other areas that the MoUs cover include those of space research, aviation, IT, power, and education. In an economic venture, Modi launched the RuPay Card in Bhutan and symbolically made a purchase at the 1629-built Simtokha Dzong and also planted a sapling there. This place now functions as a monastic and administrative centre and is one of the oldest dzongs (meaning fortress) in Bhutan. India also facilitated a positive approach by increasing the currency swap limit for Bhutan under the SAARC currency swap framework. An additional $100 million will be made available to Bhutan under a standby swap arrangement to meet the foreign exchange requirement. The two state leaders jointly inaugurated the Ground Earth Station and SATCOM network which is developed with assistance from the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) for utilisation of South Asia Satellite in Bhutan. India also intends to enhance communication, public broadcasting, and disaster management coverage in Bhutan with its space development initiatives. Enabling better people-to-people approach, collaboration between Royal Bhutan University and IITs of India and some other top educational institutions are in the pipeline in order to come together to meet mutual requirements for education and technology in both countries. It is necessary and of great value to consolidate India-Bhutan ties further for the prosperous future and mutual progress of the people in both countries.last_img read more

New Brunswick signs with fourth company to supply recreational cannabis

first_imgFREDERICTON – New Brunswick has signed a deal with a fourth company to supply marijuana for the province’s recreational market.The Liberal government says a memorandum of understanding has been signed with Nuuvera Inc. (TSXV:NUU)The agreement was reached as the federal government prepares to legalize the recreational use of cannabis later this year.On its website, the company says it will supply 2.5 million grams of cannabis and related products for the province’s marijuana market.Agreements have also been signed with three other producers: Organigram, Canopy Growth Corp. and Zenabis.One of the commitments in the memorandums is that suppliers will provide two per cent of their gross sales to the government to support its education efforts.last_img read more

Lebron James Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade Share Final

This is Miami’s first Game 7 in the LeBron James, Dwayne Wade, Chris Bosh era.The Heat’s three stars addressed reporters for the final time on Saturday before Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals, with Chris Bosh saying he again expects to come off the bench, Dwyane Wade explaining the reason for his offensive struggles, and LeBron James asserting it’s absurd for anyone to suggest he could produce Thursday’s eye-popping numbers every game.Through six games, Wade had just 35 first-half points in this series on 12 for 46 shooting (26 percent). But he has 92 points in the second half.Wade said because he’s facing so many double teams, the Celtics are “taking me out of the game. So I’m trying to make as much of an impact as possible. I understand I have to affect the game other ways and wait for my opportunities to come.“It’s not the easiest thing to do. A double team doesn’t let you get good looks, and when you get looks, it gets you out of your rhythm. But I’ve got to stick with it, and that’s what I’ve done.“I’ve had better second halves than first halves, and if I can pick one, I’ll pick the second half, instead of playing great in the first half and not good in the second one. They put a game plan together, and there’s no question the game plan is to make sure I don’t see a lot of opportunities.”James said Saturday that “I would love to have another game like” Thursday’s 45-point, 15-rebound epic, but “no one can do that every single game. People say, ‘Why can’t I do that every game?’ That’s the craziest thing.”Mario Chalmers referred to James’ serious, piercing glare during Game 6 as “his ugly look.” James, informed of that, was amused. “I never had that look,” James said. “I never had that look in my life. It’s a focused look.”As for Bosh, he said he has no issue with coming off the bench for the third consecutive game since returning from an abdominal strain. “It’s irrelevant,” he said. “It will be irrelevant as long as we’re playing. As long as I get to play, it doesn’t matter. We have a good thing going right now. I will continue to come off the bench as long as it’s good. I’m going to have my time with certain lineups.”Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said he would not announce his starting lineup until just before tipoff.Source: Miamiherald.com read more

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